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Description: This stock medical exhibit features a female figure surrounded by enlarged views of several of the specific injury sites revealing these injuries in greater detail. The figure shows the skeletal anatomy transparently beneath the skin. This image primarily provides a depiction of the symptoms of this individual with areas of glowing red representing the pain. Regions of glowing red are shown over the central chest symbolizing the pain resulting from a seat belt injury. Redness is shown around the neck and left shoulder coursing down into the left arm representing her left sided radicular pain. Redness is also shown in the lumbar region spreading down across the left hip into the left leg representing the lumbar radicular pain.... More

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This stock medical exhibit features a female figure surrounded by enlarged views of several of the specific injury sites revealing these injuries in greater detail. The figure shows the skeletal anatomy transparently beneath the skin. This image primarily provides a depiction of the symptoms of this individual with areas of glowing red representing the pain. Regions of glowing red are shown over the central chest symbolizing the pain resulting from a seat belt injury. Redness is shown around the neck and left shoulder coursing down into the left arm representing her left sided radicular pain. Redness is also shown in the lumbar region spreading down across the left hip into the left leg representing the lumbar radicular pain. Redness is shown centered on the right elbow representing the lateral epicondyle pain.

The enlargements include one skeletal view of the left shoulder, a shoulder MRI arthrogram and one skeletal view of the right elbow. The skeletal view of the shoulder reveals the biceps tendinopathy, the superior and anterior labral tear and the partial thickness rotator cuff tear, as well as the degenerative changes of the acromioclavicular joint. The elbow image reveals the inflammation surrounding the lateral epicondyle.

Max Image Size: 2160 pixels wide by 2880 pixels high
Multiple Injuries


 
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